The App Store is one of the main reasons for the success of Apple’s mobile. They are more popular than ever before and are constantly making the news. Priced at a decent rate, hundreds of applications get launched at the App Store daily. If you want to fill up your iPhone with some of the best applications, this article would guide you.
Haypi Dragon: this is an online multiplayer game where users need to train a young dragon Roco to bomb the opponents. As the players progress through the game, there may be more dragons to face and there will be a few obstacles too. There is a player vs player arena, where users need to triumph over their enemies in an all-or-nothing battle to the death. after gaining some expertise, players can also look to conquer a mysterious island which is filled with challenging levels and incredible prizes. I think, the developers need to work on the home screen. It is a bit bigger than the iPhone’s screen, so it leaves users unaware of various areas of the app. Haypi Dragon is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad and requires iOS 3.0 or later. this app is available for free.
Pocket Snapper: this app is a virtual studio for the iPhone. It helps both professional and amateur photographers by offering an exclusive iModel shooting experience. after downloading the videos, users can start shooting the iModels. the interface of Pocket
Snapper looks great and it is loaded with awesome editing tools. There is also a Gallery, where users could add comments to the images or mark them as their favorites by logging into Flickr. Let us hope that developers could improve this area to make this app an excellent alternate to Instagram. According to the App Store description, they have already started working on this. Pocket Snapper is compatible with iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch (4th generation), iPad 2 Wi-Fi, iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G, iPad (3rd generation) and iPad Wi-Fi + 4G and requires iOS 4.3 or later. It costs USD 1.99.
The Day I Became a Pirate: this is an interactive puzzle book app for the iPhones. this app presents the story with a lot more interesting elements. this story, written by Cary Snowden, the developer of the Day I Became a Pirate, is filled with rhyming sentences. Treasure Hunt is the puzzle part of the app. It guides users in finding various clues around it and these clues can help them get the hidden treasure. It would take at least 15 minutes to read the story without spending much time on animations. for navigation, the Day I Became a Pirate, has forward and back buttons – interesting idea but it confuses a bit at times. this app is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad and requires iOS 4.3 or later. It costs USD 1.99.
iPhone apps help users enjoy playing games, watching videos, editing photos and doing various other stuff. the apps listed here would be useful and will be a great starting point for beginners to use the App Store.